• 29 Jun 2022
    Computing roadshow museum to tour NI schools in bid to promote IT sector careers

    Ten schools across Northern Ireland will be visited by a computing roadshow museum this September in a bid to inspire more pupils into the IT industry.

  • 28 Jun 2022
    Local companies take part in the Charity Shops’ Challenge raising £32,000 for Cancer Focus NI

    The 2022 Charity Shops’ Challenge, organised by Business in the Community on behalf of Cancer Focus, saw a collective £32,025 raised by six Northern Ireland companies.

  • 21 Jun 2022
    Collaboration brings STEAM careers to life for 75 female students at Belfast Grand Central Station site

    A recent careers open day, held at the construction site of Belfast Grand Central Station, brought together 75 female students from five schools in the city for an interactive experience event designed to inspire the next generation of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) talent.

  • 20 Jun 2022
    Climate Champion Translink hosts ‘Clear Air Day’ event highlighting importance of tackling NI transport emissions as second largest contributor to greenhouse gases in NI

    ‘Clean Air Day’ Event Hears Importance of Tackling NI Transport Emissions as Second Largest Contributor to Greenhouse Gases Here 

  • 20 Jun 2022
    New ‘SistersIN’ initiative launches with mission to empower NI’s future female leaders

    A new collaborative initiative which aims to empower future female leaders in education, has been launched at an event in Danske Bank’s Belfast headquarters attended by schools, business people and local leaders.

  • 17 Jun 2022
    Organisations in NI called to benchmark themselves through respected environmental survey before 28 June deadline

    Organisations in Northern Ireland can publicly demonstrate their commitment to environmental sustainability and climate action — and benchmark themselves against others — by taking part in the annual NI Environmental Benchmarking Survey, which closes on the 28 June.

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